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"Don't fall asleep" -- words to live by for Elm Street teens. Not a problem for fans wide awake with fear (and glee) as they experience these first 8 Nightmare movies released from 1984 to 2003. Each features Robert Englund's masterfully macabre incarnation of slouch-hatted, razor-fingered Freddy Krueger, who mixes wicked wit with even wickeder mayhem as he haunts teens when they're asleep and most vulnerable. A newspaper article about children who died after having fearsome nightmares provided the real-life springboard for filmmaker Wes Craven's breakthrough series. Perhaps that underlying reality helps make these shockers so unnerving. Or maybe it's just that we all like a good scare…and that this series consistently, imaginatively delivers some of the best. Disc 1 – A Nightmare on Elm Street - Includes: Commentary by Director Wes Craven, Co-Stars Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon and Cinematographer Jacques Haitkin Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 2 – A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge - Includes: Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 3– A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors - Includes: Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 4– A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master - Includes: Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 5– A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child - Includes: Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 6– Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare - Includes: Original 3-D End Sequence Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 7 – Wes Craven's New Nightmare - Includes: Commentary by Wes Craven Cast/Crew Biographies Jump to a Nightmare Disc 8 – Freddy Vs. Jason - Includes: Commentary by Director Ronny Yu, Robert Englund (Freddy) and Ken Kirzinger (Jason) Jump to a Death]]>
It was just as we thought it would be, good movies. Accurately described and shipped fast.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Hard to argue with getting 8 movies for only $16, and the box they come in is really cool and textured.Published 16 days ago by Matthew Povia
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|Have any of the Elm Street movies been censored?||
Part 5 is the rated R version. If you want the unrated version, get the VHS or LD.
Oct 5, 2009 by selfan4life | See all 7 posts
|DVD Cases of the 2010 collection set||
The new set is similar to the latest Ultimate Matrix Collection set: they put the dvd's in one big dvd case about the size of two dvd cases. Much more compact, more convenient in my opinion.
Apr 25, 2010 by Michael | See all 11 posts
|The DVD cases?||
I bought mine a few days ago on 10/31/07, and they are all cardboard. I'm not sure when the set was actually manufactured though. It has a copyright date of 1999, so it's possible that it was one of the first batches. I bought it at Fry's brand new, and have never seen this box set with keep... Read More
Nov 2, 2007 by Vic Rattlehead | See all 8 posts
|I need GOOD horror suggestions||
The Devil's Rejects, if you didn't see it already.
Aug 12, 2008 by D. Hensley | See all 14 posts
|Digitallly Remastered? yes, no?||
This review for the 2010 set says it all: http://www.amazon.com/review/R1
I wish more people would give that review (which was not written by me) more helpful votes so it could jump to the top of the review section on the 2010 product page.
Jul 8, 2010 by SpookCentral.tk | See all 3 posts
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